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Face Mask (with transparent shield)

Face Mask (with transparent shield)

Ref. No.: Description: Qty.Cs:
NMN003001 with ear loops 2000
NMN003002 With ties 2000
Reusable Face Mask, Although hope was that the pandemic would be over, it looks like it’s going to be here for a while. Being a senior, the cost of disposable masks may not always be in your budget. If you’re considering using a reusable mask, there are suggestions for care that need to be followed. Face Mask

What Can Happen if Your Mask Isn’t Properly Cared for

Because reusable masks are made from fabric, it can carry bacteria on it. If not adequately disinfected, you are at risk of being exposed to bacteria such as E Coli and viruses like norovirus and coronavirus. Bacteria and viruses can live on your cloth mask for between 8-12 hours. You don't know what germs you've been exposed to or in contact with. Or even how long germs have been active on your mask. So, Reusable Face Mask it's essential to wash, sanitize, and correctly dry your reusable face masks.

How to Properly Care for A Reusable Face Mask

There are proper ways to care for your mask, and it isn't difficult. Even if you don't have a washer or dryer, you can still care for your mask or masks properly. First, you need to wash your mask each day after using it. When you do this, it prevents germ transmission. You will need to have several masks to always have a clean, disinfected mask for you to use. The best material that your mask can be made from is cotton. Cotton stands up better to hand or machine washing when you use bleach or disinfectant. Cotton is the easiest fabric to clean and dry correctly. Also, make sure to wash your hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds before you handle your dirty mask and after handling it.

How to Wash Your Mask

When you wash your mask, follow these steps for the best result:
  • Remove any parts that detach such as elastic ear bands if you're wearing a bandana or folded scarf, or interior filters.
  • Place your mask or masks in a laundry bag, so they don’t become tangled up with the other clothes when using the washer.
  • Use water that is 140 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. If your washing machine has a sanitize cycle, use it.
  • Be sure to use a detergent that either has bleach or a disinfectant to kill as many germs that you can.
  • If you have to wash your mask by hand, add five tablespoons of bleach for each gallon of water. Soak your mask for at least five minutes and then rinse it thoroughly.